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JScreenFix 1

Publisher:Michael Gardiner
Platform:Windows, Linux, MAC, Mobile
Requirements:Java Runtime Environment 1.4+
Install:Install and Uninstall
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Publisher's Description:

JScreenFix - JScreenFix is a Java applet and Java webstart application that helps re-energise stuck pixels and remove burn-in on LCD and plasma screens by randomly switching on and off red, green and blue colour cells very rapidly.

A stuck pixel is a point on a screen that does not display the correct colour. Stuck pixels are fairly common on high resolution LCD screens. Stuck pixels sometimes start working again with time unless they appear black on a white background, these are known as dead pixels.

JScreenFix will help re-energise stuck pixels on LCD screens in less than one hour.

Plasma screens suffer terrible burn-in if an area of the screen does not change for a long period of time. Patterns on such areas will still be noticeable when new images are displayed. For TV input, channel logos often burn into the screen. For digital signage systems, the problem can be even more severe where words can still be read months after they were originally displayed. Image persistence has also been known to effect LCD screens.

JScreenFix has been proven to remove burnt in areas in between 6 and 48 hours.

Unlike other solutions, JScreenFix works on each colour cell individually in an un-coordinated fashion which means it is less stressful on the screen's power circuitry and far less likely to cause photosensitive epilepsy.

JScreenFix does not require installation and will run on Windows, Linux and Mac computers.

List of Changes:

Version 1 from 2006-07-24


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Latest User Reviews:

Argusy 2011-07-19 12:34:38 #
Version: 1

I could not use the program completely, only 5 minutes and tells me to purchase a license, so I could test its effectiveness. I have a scratch on my lcd dead pixels or stuck. I wish I could use it for 3 days to see if I served or not.

Anders21 2011-05-24 08:55:19 #
Version: 1

I loved the idea, but it just didnt fix the problem..

Marius2du 2011-02-14 08:38:35 #
Version: 1

It didn't fix my stucked pixel.

Zerokrewl 2011-01-21 22:23:46 #
Version: 1

Would not load for me, the applet just loads a blank white window that i can get the same effects from an empty notepad window. Not sure why but it doesn't work for me.

Miller 69 2010-12-12 09:21:41 #
Version: 1

I downloaded it and tried to execute it but it failed to operate. I have Win7 64Bit with Java 6U22 (also 64bit). All it did was create a blank screen (solid black). Strange thing is that in the taskbar preview of the program it displays the correct screen layout (multiple moving pixels etc)but as soon as you select it you end up with the black screen.

Alphaken 2010-10-22 10:18:59 #
Version: 1

Downloaded JScreenFix to my Mac, clicked to activate and lost control of the computer. The tiny program did what it said it would do but I couldn't find a way to turn it off. I tried dozens of key combinations, searched the internet, and ended by force shut-down to escape from the program.

Hchiava2 2010-08-30 09:10:10 #
Version: 1

It didn't fix the stuck pixel.

Phil1nfenton 2010-06-11 08:01:35 #
Version: 1

the download and install went fine.. the app ran but didn't fix the problem (indicating that perhaps it's a bad transistor). I'd call it a successful step in the rule-out process. thanks.

Paulbennett14 2010-05-16 05:34:39 #
Version: 1

Dont no if it worx or not, as iv yet to find the program, as it would not let me choose where to save too, But im no PC, but a bit more info for the likes of us would be nice!!!

Jharris51 2010-03-11 09:50:51 #
Version: 1

This product did not fix my problem. My screen has some dead areas around the top edge and running the program for more than 30 minutes had no effect.

Mldavid 2009-04-08 14:37:42 #
Version: 1

This product is great!!! I bought a Wacom Cintiq 18SX monitor. It had burn in and stuck pixels. I let JScreenFix 1 run overnight. By the next morning, both the burn in and stuck pixels have been fixed. Thank you JScreenFix!!

Jim 2009-03-21 07:30:57 #
Version: 1

Sorry folks, but it didn't work for me on a brand new 24" Asus monitor. It came with two stuck pixels and it still has 2 stuck pixels, even after running JScreenFix_1 overnight. In all fairness, though, two other software programs also failed.

Jfbeaudoin1 2009-02-26 21:41:40 #
Version: 1

Not working

Runned the program for 2 hours on my plasma and the pixel is still stuck.

Dempsee 2009-02-11 06:56:30 #
Version: 1

General Comment

I now understand how your product works. However, yesterday when I was looking at this software, I wasn't able to determine weather something would be downloaded to may computer or weather or not I would be prompted with choices. ie download as apposed to run. This may have been indicated but I didn't notice it. The reason I was concerned is that we don't have privileges to Load software. I am going to try your product on my home plasma, which has some burn.
Thanks for your response

Jcciriloa 2009-02-02 10:39:57 #
Version: 1

Sorry didn`t work

I use JScreenFix, but didn't work, the two stuck pixels are still stuck, one is green the oder is red. Can´t say no more

Hacker2005xp 2008-12-26 08:57:27 #
Version: 1

didn`t work for me

that stuff is not working :) didn't fix my stuck pixel, was using it for 9 hours. waste of time.

Ewu777 2008-11-25 19:59:26 #
Version: 1

Simple yet effective

Program works well and did fix non-responding pixels. The auto full screen was surprising as I was looking for a small area solution. Otherwise, works as I expected.

Trentwestphal 2008-10-30 23:22:29 #
Version: 1

Still trying.

Still trying it and see if it works out the burn in.

Deivoree 2008-10-29 21:54:54 #
Version: 1

Worked for me!

I had some deep burn-in. After running JScreenfix for three hours, I had a faint shadow of the burn-in. I ran it for another three hours and the faint shadow was barely there. Then I ran it for an hour and the burn was completely gone! Seven hours was what it took in three intevals. The time was worth it. That annoying burn is gone and I am completely amazed after having a year old deep burn removed. Time is all it took. This software is great! Thanks to the author... my screen is like new again.

gkc 2008-08-11 18:23:42 #
Version: 1

didn`t work for me...

I have a single green pixel. I tried JScreenFix for 20 minutes. Pixel still stuck.

Dlester 2008-07-29 13:26:16 #
Version: 1

Worked as described

The product worked as described. I was very happy to have my monitor worked.

Lexllc 2008-07-10 00:52:16 #
Version: 1

will use it on my next trip down.

maybe this is not exactly what you were looking for, but i downloaded this for a 37" jvc 1080p. i bought this set at a great price (i thought) for my daughter and her husband off i drove 140 miles and surprised them. bottom line.... one hot green pixel. of course this site referred me to jvc in which they told me if it wasn't at least 3 hot or dead pixels, it would be within allowed specs. being very disappointed, i called buydig back and after much haggling, they offered a 40.00 discount. i eventually took it--and after spending some time on the net, i finally realized that this company probably got these sets with the small defects at a reduced price. i guess my question is...why wouldn't these manufacturers like jvc use your product to try to correct these small defects and then not have to discount so much. their price was about 200.00 less than any other offers. what are my chances that they did use a product like yours and i am out of luck. thanks jerry

Ferdinando 2008-06-22 16:56:50 #
Version: 1

It works!!!

I can’t believe my eyes! It works!!!
I had a stuck pixel, green brilliant, on my new monitor, but I did not want dispute with my vendor.
I left for two days JscreenFix running, and I noticed that the pixel had become a very little dot, and also less luminous.
At this point, I took courage and with the tip of a pencil, wrapped in a soft cloth, I’ve pressed the screen.
For a few times the stuck pixel disappeared and reappeared after some seconds, then to another attempt it definitively disappeared.
For security, I left JscreenFix running for another night.
I don’t know how to thank everybody you.


Ruzsaz 2008-05-24 03:11:54 #
Version: 1

Pixel massage worked

It hasn't fixed my struck pixel, but I found a comment about 'pixel massage' and it has worked!

Goofyfoot 2008-04-28 09:38:14 #
Version: 1

Great tool

This is a handy tool. I like the fact that it is universal and works on all LCD and Plasma screens.

OOLO 2008-04-15 09:38:56 #
Version: 1

My dear friends!

My English is very little, and typing very slow, but I send your a big thank you!

VAG 2008-04-10 04:24:15 #
Version: 1

It`s a nice little up that may help alot!

Keep up the good work, looking forward for new updates.

gizarn 2008-04-04 14:29:10 #
Version: 1

JScreen DVD / MPEG 2 download

Would not work on either of my players- on Windows Media
Player it was an issue with the img file. MPEG2 file downloaded and worked on Windows Media Player but not on DVD player

JScreenFix Helped 2008-04-02 21:06:24 #
Version: 1

Burn-in in my 47" HD monitor

To my disappointment, I discovered that after a relatively short span of time, my 47" LCD monitor developed some burn-in which apparently was the result of the side-bar lines/spaces that border the image on non-HD channels.I sought help on-line and was led to JScreenFix. I moved my computer up close to the entertainment center and used the VGA input on the monitor to run the JScreenFix applet. It did not remove the burn-in at first, but after I put a pure white image on the monitor screen for several hours, I ran JScreen Fix again. This time I did notice a difference. Although the burn-in lines are still slightly visible, the over image quality has been improved.

V. Copey

Lenovo R61i 2008-02-25 09:26:14 #
Version: 1

Dead pixel.

I tried to fix a dead pixel on my new Lenovo laptop, but it didn't seem to work out. I used the program for about 30 minutes but the pixel is still dead.

AaronR 2008-02-17 17:52:43 #
Version: 1

Did not work

Bought a new Gateway FHD2400 Had one 'stuck' pixel (red on black screen). Ran JScreen Fix overnight did not rid the display of the stuck pixel, but I did return display and got a new one with no bad pixels. It's always worth a try to fix something, especially when it's this easy.

fijidaze 2008-01-24 19:59:26 #
Version: 1

Screenburn gone in around 9 -10 hrs.

I had screenburn on an older goodmans lcd fell asleep watching dvd and menu left on repeat for a few.
Hours. I have used a similar thing in the past for dead pixels on other lcd's but this seemed to work faster.
Although it is a different fault. Two sessions between 4 and 5 hours got rid with only a slight improvement.
After first session so don't give up and think it's not working it probably will.

Backlash 2008-01-24 12:56:38 #
Version: 1

Just didn`t work...

Bought a brand new ACER 19" LCD display. Took it home, unpacked it, and set it up on my 8800GT. To my dismay there were 2 stuck pixels, one on the left side and one in the centre. I called ACER only to be told that unless I had 5 pixels or more they would not replace the monitor, no matter how new it was... 5 pixel policy. After doing some research on the net, I came upon JScreenFix. The fact that they said it would repair stuck pixels in 20 minutes and burned screens in 24 hours had me quite excited and less depressed.
I ran the program for 20 minutes, only to find the blue shining pixels still stuck and irritatingly staring at me. I then ran the program for 12 more hours and thereafter for another 24 hours. To my great dismay, the two pixels still loom triumphant. I am therefore disapointed in the program, but more so with the fact that large companies such as ACER arne't willing to swap a damaged product, even a brand new one. It just makes one feel cheated to pay good money for damaged goods. Nuf said...

Mart-S 2007-12-22 08:49:07 #
Version: 1

JScreen fix

A month ago I bought a Panasonic plama tv. The tv is great, but burn-in is still a problem with plasma tv's. I was looking on the internet for a program that could help. Then I found jscreenfix and it works very good. When ever I have a burn-in I select the program and after 1 min. it is gone.


Jhno 2007-11-02 08:48:14 #
Version: 1

Worked well enough.

Jscreenfix worked well enough FOR a WHILE! All in all it did fix my stuck pixles after about a total of four hours, not complaining it was a free program but after that some pixles were stuck again. Once again not a problem just ran the program again. After a while I just started runing the program as part of maintenance. Than one day the program stoped starting up. Error starting java applet. Replaced java no luck. Looked for support found none. Oh well it did work for a while and my Dell 1907fp LOOKS 1000 percent better. If I get more stuck pixles i'll try to fix it than. Maybe they'll have support by than.

Fathertime24 2007-09-26 21:34:24 #
Version: 1

It kinda worked

I downloaded the program to try and fix some white spots on a IBM T-20 laptop. It did not repair allllll the problems but did help. Will try on other machines when problems show up.

vagabond 2007-09-22 16:03:52 #
Version: 1

Can`t be certain yet.

I have only one black or grey pixel. I ran the program for several hours but didn't see any change in the pixel. Perhaps it's truly "burned out". Any ideas?

KDB 2007-04-25 18:49:33 #
Version: 1

just what I thought

JScreenFix did exactly what was advertised. Great product!!

Rich Bradburn 2007-01-26 12:44:46 #
Version: 1

goof proof !

Hello.. Yes, I did down load it and it looks cool on my 17" MacBook Pro!
Problem.. I am such a hacker I cannot figure
out how to burn this to cod so I can tackle the real problem of the "silhouette" effect on my 50" Pioneer
plasma... the original intent for this ..
still trying
RB in Ohio
I will be thrilled to further admonish if and when I can figure it out..!

Murph 2007-01-08 21:04:09 #
Version: 1

Not sure how to use this software

I just downloaded the software and the file came in as a .jnlp format.

I'm not sure what to do with this type of file -- and once I figure that out, how do I get it from the computer onto the TV set?

Thanks in advance

Author's Response:
I recommend you follow the instructions on you may need to install Java or maybe try one of the video versions.

Mini 2007-01-05 02:06:00 #
Version: 1


With this program I would like to solve the "burn-in" problem on my plasma tv.

Adam D. 2006-12-25 18:15:08 #
Version: 1

Fixes Plasma Screen Burn-in

So I was watching a DVD on my 42" Samsung Plasma, and fell asleep. I woke up the next morning to find that the DVD had been sitting on the title menu for almost 6 hours, causing horrible burn-in. I tried to continue to watch my tv, thinking that more use would make it go away, but it didn't. I finally decided to search the web for possible fixes and came across JScreenFix. I ran it on my tv for about 6 hours, and it significantly reduced the burn in. I ran it for another 6 hours and the burn in was gone! Thanks for a great little program, and for making it available for free. Definitely works.

htrain 2006-11-28 00:32:44 #
Version: 1

Blue dot on 22 inch widescreen westinghouse

I had one blue dot that was only visible on a dark background. It was about the size of a needle point, but I could see it on a black background very clearly. I tried using jscreenfixx. I ran it for about an hour and to no success. I ran it for an additional 20 minutes and gave up. I took the monitor back to best buy and they gave me a new one with no blue dot. No problems. The concept sounds good and I will try it again with any problems that arise in the future

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